Its not often that we get to see or yea about a 21 year old beating odds to achieve the unthinkable.To achieve that what their predecessors couldn't very their hands on even in their old ages.One young man who will forever be engraved in the books of history is Sultan Mehmed II.
Ottoman is a piece of furniture introduced from Turkey( the heart of Ottoman Empire hence the name Ottoman) in the late 18th century.Since then they have become very popular around the world. Usually a padded,upholstered seat or bench without arms or back they were heaped with cushions and formed the main piece of seating in the home.Ottomans provide a softer more relaxed feel to the room as well as adding that touch of elegance. Different ways of using ottomans; 1 Used as storage trunks. They come in different
Vlad Dracula was a leader in Walachian which is present day Romania.Many contreversial stories have been said over the years about this leader who can be described as a dreaded tyrant.With me is a synopsis of his lifestyle and why he is dubbed Vlad the Impaller. Conception Of A Legend
Just like the Christians who have the cross on top of churches, the muslims also have a crescent moon and star symbol on top of mosques. Muslims believe that the crescent moon and star is an international recognised symbol in Islam. The crescent moon and star symbol in Islam traces its roots back in 1453 CE when the Turks conquered Constantinople. Osman, the founder of the Ottoman Empire, had a dream where the crescent moon stretched across the earth and because their flag at the period had the moon symbol,
For many centuries during the Seljuk and most of the Ottoman period, women's articles of dress were similar to those of men and bore the same name. Apart from the quality of the fabrics, there was little difference in style or articles of dress between rich and poor, nor between those of Muslim or non-Muslim women.
Before World War 1, the middle East region, including the Ottoman Syria (the southern part of which are regarded as Palestine), was under the control of the Ottoman empire for nearly 400 years Towards the end of the 19th century, Palestine, which was divided between the Mutasarrifate of Jerusalem, Syria vilayet and Beirut vilayet, was inherited predominantly by Arab Muslims, both farmers and Bedouin (principally in the Negev and Jordan valley ), with smaller numbers of Christians (mostly Arabs), Druze, circassians and Jews (predominantly Sephardic)
Ankara. Image courtesy Ankara is Turkeys cosmopolitan capital and sits in the country's central Anatolia region. It is the center of performing arts home to state, Opera and Ballet, the Presidential symphony orchestra and several national theater companies. The city has a population of 4.5 million in its urban center and over 5.6 million in Ankara province making it Turkeys second largest city after Istanbul. The city is very old with various Hattian, Hittite, Lydian, Phrygian, Galatian, Greek, Persian, Roman,
Elizabeth Báthory, was given nicknames such as “the Infamous Lady” and “the Blood Countess.” by her villagers. This is because of her brutal act towards young girls that made villagers be scared of her. Elizabeth was born in 1560 in a brutal family and one of the most powerful Protestant families in Hungary at the time. She witnessed brutal murders and punishments that were posed to the people by her family. She learned sadomasochism from her aunt while his uncle taught her Satanism. At an early